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What is Woodchip wallpaper made of and how do you fit it ?

18th January 2011
Woodchip wallpaper is made up of 2 layers of paper and has a wood fibre in between. There are a number of grade thickness of woodchip and the thickest grade will cover the roughest of surfaces. The thickness of the wallpaper is distinguished by the size a... Read >
Author: himansu

Home Renovation - Floorboard Problems

21st December 2010
Problems with floor boards Old boarded floors suffer from a range of faults. Board ends may warp and lift, especially if they have previously been prised up for maintenance work on services that run underneath them. Shrinking can lead to gaps between boa... Read >
Author: Scott

Reliance Home Comfort Heat Exchanger Warranty Review

20th December 2010
A new furnace is a significant purchase, usually one costing homeowners thousands of dollars. Replacing it can be a huge expense, so itís worth it for homeowners to look at the type of warranty offered by their HVAC manufacturer. In a gas furnace, the he... Read >
Author: Tammy Scouten

A Breakdown of Basement Waterproofing Methods

12th November 2010
Did you recently descend into your basement only to be met by the musty smell of sitting water? If so, itís absolutely imperative that you move quickly and take measures to dry your basement. The first thing to do is call reputable basement waterproofing ... Read >
Author: Brown Dave

Disadvantages of Epoxy Flooring Be Careful of What You Wish For

01st November 2010
Epoxy flooring and epoxy floor paint is an easy and often affordable way to enhance non-treated concrete in your garage, workshop, shed or commercial setting. However, when choosing to resurface your concrete floor it is important to understand the benefi... Read >
Author: seofurnace

Enlighten your Home with A Screen Porch

01st November 2010
Almost all of us want to live in a home which is bigger than the one which we currently live in. However, buying a new home isnít a pocket friendly investment for all of us. Nevertheless, there are many other options like installing a screen porch to incr... Read >
Author: Elaine Parks

How You Can Use Expanding Foam in Your DIY Projects

28th September 2010
Expanding foam (also known as polyurethane foam) is a useful material for building and DIY projects. It offers both slow rise and fast rise formulas that can expand to fill any holes, cracks and cavities. Expanding foam is a good insulator and is also sou... Read >
Author: Andrew

SMPS Problem Ė Top 5 Extremely Common SMPS Problems!

16th September 2010
Hello, I started learning how to repair switch mode supplies (commonly abbreviated as SMPS) about a year ago. Thing were pretty rough initially. I couldnít fix a single SMPS problem at first! However, I managed to buck up and improve my repairing s... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

Tips in Buying Used LCD Monitors

15th September 2010
More often than not, computer shoppers give more value to CPU of PC much more than computer monitors. They are often being overlooked by computer buyers when they are scouting for computer deals mainly because they are thinking that the computer monitor's... Read >
Author: anthonylatour

Used Bowling Ball Buying Guide

06th September 2010
Old or pre-owned bowling balls are fantastic due to the fact they're inexpensive in comparison to new bowling alley balls. You can find a number of second-hand bowling alley balls that are available in the market. Various pro-shops offer used bowling ball... Read >
Author: Jon Bowle

When should I replace my safety harness

02nd September 2010
When working at height personal safety should be the highest priority. If involved in any work at height be it lifting work or being suspended at height then you must ensure that your equipment that you are using is fit for the purpose and of the highest ... Read >
Author: Suzanne D. Coldfeather

How To Cure Angular Cheilitis Permanently!

01st September 2010
Angular cheilitis home remedy Angular cheilitis is a condition which results in dry and cracked corners of the lips. These cracks could be very painful and could make you uncomfortable. Since these cuts can be seen, they could also place you in an emba... Read >
Author: Sandra Jones

Why we must use air conditioners - Sirair

20th August 2010
An air conditioner is a home appliance, system or mechanism designed to dehumidify and extract heat from an area. The cooling is done using a refrigeration cycle. In construction, a complete system of heating, ventilation and air conditioning is referred ... Read >
Author: Lele

Simple methods to Find and Fix Drafty Spots where Heat Can Escape

05th August 2010
Naturally, we want our homes to be as comfortable as we can. That is the why we want to make sure that our home is cool inside when it is hot outside and warm enough inside when it is cold outdoors. Your home's cooling and heating system works well wh... Read >
Author: clavinee

Tips for maintenance basketball shoes

05th July 2010
Basketball shoes maintenance have two purposes: one is the maintenance of function and the other is maintenance of appearance. The main methods for the maintenance of the fuction are correct preservation while the maintenance of appearance is mainly embod... Read >
Author: bigtimekicks
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